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The letters FFA stand for Future Farmers of America.  Today the National FFA organization remains committed to the individual student, providing a path to achievement in premier leadership and personal growth and career success through agricultural education.  If you are interested in getting involved please contact you school counselor.  FFA is a 4 year program.  FFA students are allowed to exhibit livestock trough FFA as their supervised agriculture experience. 

4-H Clubs

4-H is an informal, practical educational program for youth where there's fun in learning and learning is fun!  The Arizona 4-H Youth Development program uses a learn-by-doing approach to enable youth to develop the knowledge, attitudes, and skills they need to become competent, caring and contributing citizens of the world.  This mission is accomplished by using the knowledge and resources of the land-grant university system, along with the involvement of caring adults. 

4-H is for all youth - from the farm, to the suburbs, to the city, 4-H serves youth from all backgrounds and interests.  It reaches both girls and boys through 4-H clubs, special-interest groups and short-term projects, school-age child care, individual and family   learning & mentoring, camping, and school enrichment.  4-H offers membership without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, disability or handicap. 

La Paz County has 8 4-H clubs located across the County.  Please contact Emmanuel Munoz or Debbie Pettigrew at the La Paz Co/ Colorado River Indian Tribes Extension Office 928-669-9843 for questions regarding club meeting dates or times.


La Paz Livestock plans to hold a clinic on animal selection,feeding    & grooming clinic in

October 2018.

Sponsored by O.H. Kruse Feeds.

Where to START

Contact your Local FFA Adviser, 4-H Extension Agent, or a member of the Youth Livestock Committee to learn about the benefits of raising livestock as a project.

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